Michael Vines was arrested after he allegedly threw a loaded handgun from a car accident he was involved in the process. The Greenville Police Department said that the federal government prohibited the possession of a gun.
(Greenville Police Department)
Michael Vines his alleged crime written on his forehead.
After he was involved in a car accident, Vines allegedly threw a loaded .38-caliber revolver in the grass, according to the Greenville Police Department. However, according to the police, the wines by the federal government prohibited the possession of a gun.
Apart from his inability to be in possession of a firearm, Vine has a special feature that made this case a bit more: he has a large tattoo of a gun on his forehead.
The mug shot matches the crime. Here is a recent arrest of the GPD officers. #gvlpd pic.twitter.com/efDemV9klf
— Greenville SC Police (@GvlPD) 19 June 2018
The fire brigade on the site of the crash witnessed the Vines allegedly throwing the gun away and alerted the police.
Vines was charged with driving with a suspended license, driving too fast for conditions and illegal possession of a firearm, according to Greenville police.
“The real weapon was placed in property and evidence,” Greenville police said.
The car accident happened just southwest of downtown Greenville, South Carolina.
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